The greatest stock market crash ahead

DSM

Well-Known Member
#12
NaughtyNifty,

1. Charts predict crash many times, most of them do not happen as expected though.... :lol::lol::lol:

2. Re. studying the chart, it is like toss of a coin... Analysis of past (of what has happened is probability and not a certainity) hence day traders, swing traders, fundamental analyst change positions within the day, week or months... Alex Gartman a famous commodity trader made a famous prediction, risking his reputation on the line. He said '“In my lifetime, we will not see $40 crude oil again for longer than a week" This was just a few month back. Crude has already crossed and closed above US$ 40. So the second point is just because some guru has a opinion on something, it does not become a reality.....

3. And about your quote 'Study your chart, it will tell you when such crash will/may occur, if there is one' Seems you need to have more confidence in your charts as after reading the original post you requested of the poster 'Do not try to create panic among traders community'

Take care and have a great weekend. :thumb:

Study your chart, it will tell you when such crash will/may occur, if there is one.
 
#13
We have seen such predicting market crash posts many times in the past here in the forum from different sources and members. So who cares any way about such posts?

If the share portfolio of an individual investor has any value to its meaning, then there is insurance to it like it is normal to have a car insurance. If some body is driving a car without insurance, it is his stupidness and risk when an accident happen. So if the share portfolio has any value to the owner of it and a crash is expected in a certain time, then get your insurance by investing some money in puts or at least place for each share a stop loss by your broker. What ever is done as insurance idea is fine, only thing IT HAS TO BE DONE regardless what any chart shows or what ever some body tells.​
 
#14
A crash generally occurs when people think a crash won't occur.

In an age where central bankers influence markets more than fundamentals, it' crucial to see what long term charts (monthly TF) are saying. That's where the larger picture is.
Exactly. Central Banks will never allow stocks to fall. But they can't levitate company earnings which will continue to decline.

So when the things really go unsustainable, it will bring the worst crisis as the biggest bubble ever called bond bubble bursts, inflation arrives and interest rates rise.
 

arsh22g

Well-Known Member
#15
It's matter for Investor,Investor run the market not traders!!!
Both are important. Investors move the market and traders provide liquidity. Traders need investors for their bread and butter, and investors need traders for building their positions without any impact cost.

BTW, financial markets burst into mainstream because of traders trading commodities, and not investors. There were just block deals when there were no financial markets and exchanges, like in medieval Netherlands, Italy and England.
 

ap*

Well-Known Member
#16
Many Traders/Investors have burnt their fingers trying to predict these crashes and put money on them. Like others in the above posts have said, as long as the market moves it is good. Direction is not that important.

Also bull markets are beneficial in more aspects than bear markets. Fewer people make money in bear markets or crashes. The majority lose. Id like to end with this favorite quote

-"Bulls make money, bears make money, pigs get slaughtered"

This one quote keeps me in check while trading so that im not biased on side.:)
 
#17
Also bull markets are beneficial in more aspects than bear markets. Fewer people make money in bear markets or crashes. The majority lose. Id like to end with this favorite quote

-"Bulls make money, bears make money, pigs get slaughtered"
I am not sure that is true. As the sheeps pile on buying at absurdly expensive prices, it all feels good until one day when it doesn't. Then the bulls become pigs.

For the bubble to properly inflate majority must feel good and think they are gaining and then in deflate period the majority lose.

Sheeps feeling good during inflate period can't be termed as 'beneficial'. Buying say Unilever at PE 50 benefits may be martian aliens.

Then sheeps lose more money by not buying when risk adjusted prices have collapsed.
 
#18
Nice information....but....?

My question is...whether we have encashed downtrend from 7600 to 6900 ?

The problem is....trying to predict the overall number from 2000 to 10000 to 2000 .....

We should have the information....however...we should keep change our trading pattern....according to the trend...

Otherwise...we would have (trapped) missed the rally from 7090 to 7490 (cycle)..

Just sharing my view (based on my 21 year experience)....nothing against your information(information is very much valid)....please take this in the right spirit.
is any crash expected in near term ?
 

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